Chiropractic research capacity in Canada in 2008 -- Phase 3

Stuber, Kent; Bussières, André; Gotlib, Allan
December 2009
Journal of the Canadian Chiropractic Association;Dec2009, Vol. 53 Issue 4, p227
Academic Journal
In this article the authors discuss the third phase of a survey undertaken to gauge the status of chiropractic research in Canada in 2008. Phase three focused on the financial aspects of funding health research and researchers in training positions. According to the authors the goals of the research included providing a basis for strategic planning with respect to chiropractic research in Canada and creating new funding opportunities for researchers.


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